My portfolio of work from the Monarch School of New England,
the New Hampshire Business Review and Farming Magazine. Scroll down to view.
Monarch School of New England
As a school for students with significant disabilities, people need to SEE the beauty of these unique individuals. I write, photograph and tell the stories of these students: on-line and in print.
"We Can" is the school's 2015 /2016 annual report which I narrated and photographed. On July 20, 2016, it was awarded "Gold" by the League of American Communication Professionals "2015 Vision Awards Annual Report Competition." Over 1000 entries from 25 countries - it is in the top 100 nationwide.
Series for New Hampshire Business Review
"People who Work with their Hands"
“Blue Ribbon Dry Cleaners on Portsmouth Avenue in Exeter is the oldest dry cleaner in New Hampshire,” says one of its owners, Brian Fieldsend.
“My great grandfather started the business in 1929 in downtown Exeter; it was then passed on to my grandfather and then to my dad. Now it’s my sons and mine. We are 5 generations.” Read more about the people who work at Blue Ribbon HERE.
Bruce and David Bovill are independent loggers. They run their own business out of Moultonborough, New Hampshire. As a two-man team, they work with their hands, using very little machinery for their work. This is their 'niche.' To learn more about them, read the May 1, 2015 on-line story.
Pinard Waste Systems is the largest, independently-owned, solid waste collection and disposal company in New Hampshire. This is an article / photo essay on Taylor Barry, trash hauler driver; and her partner on the truck, Damon Rose, who picks up the trash. Read the on-line story published November 14.
As a writer/photographer, my stories focused on the people behind the business in agriculture: who they are, what challenges and inspires them. Here are photographs on "Fat Toad Farm" published in "Farming Magazine's" August 2014 issue.